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A two-part story about Hassan al-Turabi, one of Sudan's most influential political figures and thinkers.
by Donald Earl Collins
17 July 2019 GMT+3
An archaeological mystery unfolds when a statue of Apollo is discovered off the coast of Gaza but suddenly disappears.
11 July 2019 GMT+3
Washington should be made aware that anti-imperialism has deep roots in Iranian political culture.
by Nader Hashemi
10 July 2019 GMT+3
If verified, the new analysis may prove that Homo sapiens began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought.
4 July 2019 GMT+3
Britain's colonial past should be taught so children have an 'honest understanding' of history, think-tank says.
1 July 2019 GMT+3
Slavery was state-sanctioned mass violence, despite what the College Board says.
The Listening Post
23 June 2019 GMT+3
In the 1970s and 80s, the apartheid government funded a little-known film scheme aimed at black South Africans.
17 August 2019 GMT+3
Iraqi archaeologists say more money is needed to preserve dozens of ancient sites in Babylon.
Arts & Culture
4 June 2019 GMT+3
Viking-era artefact missing for almost 200 years to be sold next month after decades tucked away in Scottish home.
The Listening Post
1 June 2019 GMT+3
The indictment of Julian Assange under the Espionage Act. Plus, the erasure of Palestinian history in Israel's archives.
20 May 2019 GMT+3
Bullet holes mark Darul Aman Palace but while most support the rebuild, others reject glossing over scars of conflict.
13 May 2019 GMT+3
A Muslim stronghold for about 200 years between the ninth and 11th centuries, Sicily bears the marks of Islamic history.
28 April 2019 GMT+3
Broken televisions, piles of pens and old cameras collecting dust - why do Egyptians keep clutter?
25 April 2019 GMT+3
The 1989 demonstrations and military crackdown are one of the most censored topics on China's internet.
23 April 2019 GMT+3
Blair Peach's death 40 years ago followed the killing of a schoolboy - two murders that ignited an anti-racist struggle.
Talk to Al Jazeera
23 March 2019 GMT+3
The Iranian vice president for Women and Family Affairs discusses the principles of the Islamic revolution, 40 years on.
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